- Exclusive apron made of full-grain cowhide leather with a waxy finish.
- Available colors: Cognac, Chocolate Brown, Tan, Black.
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- 3 front pockets with screwdriver holder and 1 D-ring to attach other accessories.
- An adjustable neck and waist straps are designed to keep you comfortable while you're working and all hardware used is made from brass.
- They're water, heat, and chemical-resistant and designed to save your outfit from stains, splashes & sparks.
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Can be used as
- BBQ Apron
- Chef Apron
- Bartender Apron
- Woodworking Apron
- Blacksmith Apron
- Grilling Apron
- Welding Apron
- Carpenter Apron
- Barbour Apron
AVAILABLE IN 2 SIZES:
Small size: overall length 28.50", top width 11.00", center width 19.25"
Large size: overall length 31.50", top width 11.75", center width 21"
Straps are completely adjustable for the perfect fit.
A Woodworking leather apron is required since the forging aprons are well-known for their durability and ability to shield the wearer from burns and avoid stains on their clothing. Daily, woodworking comes into touch with sharp tools that might easily tear through conventional clothes and cut through the flesh. When dealing with sharp materials or blades, leather aprons provide a significantly higher level of protection. Our vintage leather blacksmith aprons are commonly used to keep working chemicals like grease, paints, and other substances from staining clothing.
The apron's neck and waist straps distribute the weight evenly, preventing strain on your neck. The leather Woodworking apron is composed of flexible, smooth leather that requires no break-in period, resulting in simple comfort. The thick, robust outer epidermis is included in the full-grain. The apron is thicker than nickel and provides excellent penetration protection.
It is always preferable to be safe than sorry and guarantee that you can continue working on one metal project without putting yourself in danger. Furthermore, aprons for blacksmithing typically preserve your clothes from stains or tiny wounds, which means you won't have to change them every time you work on a blacksmithing job.
HOW SHOULD I CARE FOR MY WOODWORKING LEATHER APRON?
Use a moist towel to clean your apron. In the long run, use leather wax or leather conditioner to restore moisture, suppleness, and sheen.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When not in use, hang or roll your apron rather than folding it to avoid lines or cracks in the finish.